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Corsair’s Gaming Series PSUs apparently deliver reliable and continuous power that is ideal for multi-core processors and multiple graphics cards, with a single 12V rail that provides up to 65A of power. The PSUs are also supposedly exceptionally quiet, with a dual ball-bearing fan that automatically adjusts its speed according to temperature. The PSUs will also feature tri-colour LEDs (blue, red, and white) to illuminate the transparent fan blades, and can be turned on or off directly by the user. The units also feature a matte black finish, completing the look.
Note: the 600W model will feature only blue LED lights.
GS600 (600W) - Rs. 4,700GS700 (700W) - Rs. 5,800GS800 (800W) - Rs. 6,700